Have you purchased your very own copy yet? There are many ways to accomplish this:
Showering books, that is! 🙂
2. Local Book Signing #2 Saturday, April 29th, from 11am to 1pm. Six North Café.
3. Available in your digital mode of choice:
4. Always available in paperback:
An organization called Readers’ Favorite was kind enough to give my book a review. This is part of it:
“Papa, Where Are You? is a wonderful, easy-to-read story that takes readers on a journey that young children should never experience. Author PJ Easterbrook invites you on her journey through sadness, uncertainty, and then triumph. She does an excellent job telling about the adventure at Grandma’s house one summer with the two sisters. The description in the first chapter allowed me to imagine the grand house with the wraparound porch before I even saw the photograph. I enjoyed reading about their Halloween costumes and felt excited as if I was at the neighborhood trick-or-treating block party. Unfortunately, I also shared in the sad news and fought the urge to mourn along with the rest of the family. What kind of man would leave his daughters when they need him the most – without saying goodbye? . . . There were many times when I didn’t want to put this book down. Either I felt their sadness and disappointment or I was thrilled that they got their well-deserved happy ending. Papa, Where Are You? is a very moving book.”
Reviewed by Barbara Fanson for Readers’ Favorite
Be sure to read more reviews on my author website by clicking below.
First of all, I feel major relief that it’s over – the first one, that is. 🙂
I researched how to do it, what to bring, where to have it and who to invite.
I went to other book signings to see the action.
One might think what’s all the fuss? Set up a card table, pile on some books, and go at it!
Sounds good but I’m an over-planner, insecure as I am.
And there actually are proper preferred guidelines/suggestions.
Google probably will give me some kind of award for “googling” the most on one subject! But it’s interesting how many different opinions there are out there.
Where I held the book signing was first. I picked the place but didn’t even know if they had signings there. It is a nice pub/café type venue. My pastor knew the owner so introductions were made. The rest is history. Bob couldn’t have been nicer to work with.
Of course I used every social media sight I had to convey the time and place. I even designed and hung a couple of posters in various spots. For those not on social media with me, I handed out a few post cards.
Prior to the day, being a list person, I made mine.
That day, I packed up and headed out. My friends Jean and Becky were my right-hand (wo)men! I couldn’t have done it without them. Well maybe I could have but I wouldn’t want to!
Set up was easier and quicker than I had hoped for, and we were ready!
Friends from church along with passerby’s came in and out over the two-hour span. I felt the love! I even met another new author.
All in all, I sold 19 books. Not bad for two hours.
Now I can relax . . . before I start planning the next event. 🙂
Want your own copy of Papa, Where Are You? click here: Papa, Where Are You?
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